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NASA swaps out astronauts for first manned flight on Boeing’s new ship

Last year was a huge year for private spaceflight, with a steady stream of very successful launches and huge progress being made on more ambitious ventures. It's already looking like 2019 is going to be an even bigger test for SpaceX, as well as...
Topics: NASA, Space, Astronaut, Boeing, SpaceX

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NASA discovers fresh 'blast pattern' on Mars - CNET

Blamo! NASA catches sight of a smashing new impact crater on the Red Planet.
Topics: NASA, Space, Mars

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Boeing successfully completes test flight of air taxi prototype

Boeing, which is working with Uber on flying taxis, successfully completed the first test of its prototype autonomous passenger air vehicle.        
Topics: Boeing

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Chinese, Russian Anti-Satellite Tech Puts US ‘Space Assets at Risk' - Report

A new report released by the US National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC) on Wednesday is claiming that Chinese and Russian military forces are using advanced and counterspace technologies for warfighting strategies in an effort to...
Topics: Satellites, Space, Military

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Stratolaunch Abandons Launch Vehicle Program for World's Largest Airplane

Stratolaunch, the company founded by the late billionaire Paul Allen, said Jan. 18 that it is ending work on a launch vehicle that would be flown on the company’s giant aircraft.

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Astrophotographer Caught a Meteor Striking the Moon During the Eclipse

Sunday night’s total lunar eclipse treated Americans to a special show, as Earth’s shadow crossed the Full Moon’s face. And during the event, something unusual happened. Astroimager Jamie Cooper, from Dustin, England, caught an meteor impact...
Topics: Meteor, Moon, Space, Lunar Eclipse

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Massive, 13-billion-year-old black holes from the early universe spotted

It took 13 billion years, but light from the first black holes in the universe is finally reaching our telescopes.        
Topics: Black Holes, Telescopes, Space

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Astronomers find star material could be building block of life

An organic molecule detected in the material from which a star forms could shed light on how life emerged on Earth, according to new research led by Queen Mary University of London.
Topics: Space

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Scientists reconstruct ancient lost plates under Andes mountains

The Andes Mountains are the longest continuous mountain range in the world, stretching about 7,000 kilometers, or 4,300 miles, along the western coast of South America.

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Where is Earth's submoon?

"Can moons have moons?"

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SpaceX Starship prototype nosecone topples in high Texas winds

Part of SpaceX’s Starship prototype toppled over due to recent strong winds in Texas, causing damage that will take weeks to repair. The prototype spaceship is being built in southern Texas, where a storm recently caused 50MPH winds strong...
Topics: SpaceX, Space, Spacecrafts

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How Galaxy S10 gives Bitcoin a boost in 2019

Interest in the world of cryptocurrency might well get a boost thanks to Samsung’s next smartphone. In this next-generation smartphone, it’s been revealed that Samsung MAY be releasing its own cryptocurrency wallet. This wallet was...
Topics: Bitcoin, Samsung

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Prolonged spaceflight could weaken astronauts' immune systems

Researchers report impaired NK-cell function during long-duration space travel.
Topics: Astronaut

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Scientist sheds light on Titan's mysterious atmosphere

A new Southwest Research Institute study tackles one of the greatest mysteries about Titan, one of Saturn's moons: the origin of its thick, nitrogen-rich atmosphere. The study posits that one key to Titan's mysterious atmosphere is the "cooking" of...
Topics: Saturn

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To the Stars and Beyond: Meet Russia's Female Cosmonauts

During more than half a century of human space exploration, over 550 astronauts have been to space, entering Earth’s orbit - of which fewer than 60 have been women.
Topics: Astronaut

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An icy forecast for ringed seal populations

Scientists have already observed and predicted that high ringed seal pup mortality rates are linked to poor environmental conditions like early ice breakup and low snow. Researchers have now gone a step further by coupling these hypotheses with...

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Antarctic krill population contracts southward as polar oceans warm

The population of Antarctic krill, the favorite food of many whales, penguins, fish and seals, shifted southward during a recent period of warming in their key habitat, researchers report.
Topics: Antarctic

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Once Upon a Time on Ryugu: Asteroid Features (and Its Boulders) Get Storybook Names

The Hayabusa-2 team has introduced fanciful new names for the features found at the top-shaped asteroid Ryugu, including the first-ever outer-space boulders to get official names.
Topics: Asteroids

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Taking magnetism for a spin: Exploring the mysteries of skyrmions

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory have discovered the relaxation dynamics of a zero-field state in skyrmions, a spinning magnetic phenomenon that has potential applications in data storage and spintronic devices.
Topics: Scientific Discoveries

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When coral species vanish, their absence can imperil surviving corals

Waves of annihilation have beaten coral reefs down to a fraction of what they were 40 years ago, and what's left may be facing creeping death: The effective extinction of many coral species may be weakening reef systems thus siphoning life out of...

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